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    lanc:

    Which Netscape?

    Where's your page? Can you post a URI for it?

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    "lanclt" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
    news:bed8vr$i14$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > I'm having problems with netscape. When I view the site I created in
    netscape the dropdown doesn't work and the "param name="wmode"
    value="transparent" doesn't work. The url is
    > any help would be greatly appreciated.
    >
    >
    >
    > Referring URLs
    > [url]www.canaanfireco.com[/url]
    >
    >
    >
    >

    Murray *TMM* Guest

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    nekkochan:

    While that attitude may support your business model, it does not support
    mine, and likely many others here. By now, most of the people who still use
    NN4x are those who -

    a) Cannot upgrade for various reasons, or
    b) LIKE NN4x, for unknown reasons, or
    c) Don't know that they can upgrade, or
    d) Don't know how to upgrade, or
    e) Don't know what a browser is

    I doubt that your harsh approach is going to change any of those.

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    "nekkochan" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
    news:bedma1$3bd$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > golly, netscape s
    >
    > Remember, the internet breeds Technological Darwinism-
    > those who refuse to upgrade get left behind.
    >
    > Leave them behind.
    > Don't test your pages for anything less than a version 5 of MSIE
    > and version 6 of NN...
    >
    > &quot;leave the weak to die in the fields&quot;

    Murray *TMM* Guest

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    Murray *TMM* wrote:
    > nekkochan:
    >
    > While that attitude may support your business model, it does not support
    > mine, and likely many others here. By now, most of the people who still use
    > NN4x are those who -
    >
    > a) Cannot upgrade for various reasons, or
    > b) LIKE NN4x, for unknown reasons, or
    > c) Don't know that they can upgrade, or
    > d) Don't know how to upgrade, or
    > e) Don't know what a browser is
    >
    Hi Murray

    a,c,d,e I can go with, b gives me problems ;)

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    Netscape 7



    lanclt webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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    On Tue, 08 Jul 2003 20:19:04 +0100, jojo <jojozoot3.com> wrote:
    >> a) Cannot upgrade for various reasons, or
    >> b) LIKE NN4x, for unknown reasons, or
    >> c) Don't know that they can upgrade, or
    >> d) Don't know how to upgrade, or
    >> e) Don't know what a browser is
    >
    >a,c,d,e I can go with, b gives me problems ;)
    I know it doesn't make sense and that NN4 is probably one of the worst
    browsers ever released, but I know a couple of people who are computer
    savvy and technically oriented who still prefer it.


    Gary
    Gary White Guest

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    In article <o6jmgvkqlfukfjga0ojmhf0eh0bk0kuoat4ax.com>,
    Gary White <replynewsgroup.please> wrote:
    > I know it doesn't make sense and that NN4 is probably one of the worst
    > browsers ever released....
    Based on that statement, I'm guessing that you never had to work with
    IE3.
    > ...but I know a couple of people who are computer
    > savvy and technically oriented who still prefer it.
    Probably for its perceived security. Successful attacks against
    NN4.x are rare, and newly discovered holes always patched quickly (which
    is why we're up to NN4.8). Either that, or they groove on the retro
    feel.

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    On Wed, 09 Jul 2003 10:08:46 -0400, "Eric A. Meyer"
    <ericmeyerweb.com> wrote:
    >> I know it doesn't make sense and that NN4 is probably one of the worst
    >> browsers ever released....
    >
    > Based on that statement, I'm guessing that you never had to work with
    >IE3.
    <LOL> You're wrong there, but your comment points out that I may have
    been mistaken as well. ;-) I was definitely a NN user through v3.02.
    When the v4 incarnations appeared, I switched to IE and used that
    until Mozilla was born.
    >> ...but I know a couple of people who are computer
    >> savvy and technically oriented who still prefer it.
    >
    > Probably for its perceived security. Successful attacks against
    >NN4.x are rare, and newly discovered holes always patched quickly (which
    >is why we're up to NN4.8). Either that, or they groove on the retro
    >feel.
    Could be. One of them mentioned that it seemed to be very light weight
    and loaded fast. Personally, I prefer a browser to be just that: a
    browser. I don't need it to do e-mail, usenet, page editing, instant
    messaging, etc. Most installations now allow you some control over
    what's installed, but there's still a lot of unneeded fluff that I'd
    be just as happy without.


    Gary
    Gary White Guest

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    "Gary White" <replynewsgroup.please> wrote in message
    news:af9ogv4p2fj3ssraaei2h74j4fr03hes804ax.com...
    > On Wed, 09 Jul 2003 10:08:46 -0400, "Eric A. Meyer"
    > <ericmeyerweb.com> wrote:
    >
    > >> I know it doesn't make sense and that NN4 is probably one of the worst
    > >> browsers ever released....
    > >
    > > Based on that statement, I'm guessing that you never had to work with
    > >IE3.
    IE3 was the worst browser of its time. But Microsoft was fairly quick to
    make IE4 (the second worst browser of it time). But then came IE5, and it
    was fairly good. It was only when IE5 was released that I switched from
    Netscape 3 as my primary surfing browser. Netscape 3 was a great browser.


    Al Sparber- PVII Guest

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